State GOP Chairman Karen Floyd Installed GCRWC Officers

Kathy Davis receives Greenville County Republican Women’s Club Gavel from Jeri Warren. ~ Photo by Bob Dill
Kathy Davis became the president of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club during installation ceremonies at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, Thursday, December 3rd.  The gavel was passed to Davis by outgoing President Geri Warren, who has provided dynamic leadership through an unprecedented period of growth and achievements. GCRWC is currently the largest Republican Women’s Club in South Carolina, and has a reputation for activism and influence that has been a magnet for attracting candidates for national as well as statewide office who are anxious to speak before the influential club membership. Geri Warren was chosen President for the Year by the South Carolina Federation of Republican Women and under her leadership the GCRWC received the Federation’s Diamond Award.

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Objectives and Strategies for Each Goal will be Voted on Individually in Early 2010

Demonstrators outside Greenville County  Council Chambers prior to meeting. ~ Photo by Billy Mitchell
After receiving legal advice from the County Attorney, Greenville County Council, by a voice vote, approved the portions of the Comprehensive County Plan mandated by state law.

Action on Appendix F was deferred until next year except for the 22 goals contained therein that will be voted on individually by Council beginning in January and February of 2010. (See the 22 goals listed elsewhere in this issue).

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Sen. DeMint Major Force in Permitting Free Elections

“Yesterday we had our most important date with destiny, And Honduras won!” said Rodrigo Cantero, a correspondent for ALG News.

“We fought our most important battle without firing a shot. We let the ballots be our bullets, just like the fathers of democracy intended. We went against 21st century Socialism and won.”

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Tim-ScottA reception was held at the home of Tex Small for State Rep. Tim Scott, a Republican candidate for Lt. Gov. of South Carolina. Rep. Scott resides in Charleston and represents District 117 that includes Charleston and Berkly Counties. He served for 12 years on Charleston County Council.

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Dr. Jerome Corsi Denied Access

The Copenhagen Global Climate Convention that is billed as “a major step forward in global governance” is set to begin Monday, December 7, 2009. It is ironic that the conference that could result in the loss of freedom for Americans begins on the anniversary of the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.

President Obama is scheduled to speak on the opening day and make promises to the world for the American people to keep.

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Hatred of Confederate Flag Based on Ignorance of Factual History

The Sate newspaper reported on November 20 that two candidates for Governor Mullins McCLeod a Charleston attorney and Sen. Vincent Sheheen of Camden, both Democrats seeking their party’s nomination for Governor of South Carolina, have announced as part of their platform, they want to get the Confederate battle flag off State House grounds.

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Final Vote Set for December 1, 2009

On a voice vote, Greenville County Council agreed to move the County’s comprehensive land use plan to a third and final reading and vote set for December 1, 2009. Amendments to the plan will be permitted at that meeting.

Prior to the vote on Tuesday, November 17, Jim Burns, chairman of the committee sponsoring the bill held a public hearing. Thirty minutes of comments each were permitted for those in favor of the plan and those opposed.

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